Team Realtree 20″ Three Section Backpack

15 11 2015

pathfinderAnyone who knows me, knows I don’t stay in one place too long. I am always on the go whether it is work, hunting, or fishing. I generally travel with my computer and iPad, as well as a few other office type items and of course my personal items. Typically this means I need to take both my briefcase and a backpack when flying as my carry-ons. On my recent trip to ATA in Indianapolis, I was introduced to a bag that will easily take the place of both of my carry-on bags: the 20″ Team Realtree Three Section Backpack by Pathfinder!

The Team Realtree Three Section Backpack in Snow Blue color, packed and ready to go. Photo: Diane Hassinger

The Team Realtree Three Section Backpack in Snow Blue color, packed and ready to go.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

The backpack has three very well thought out sections; however, with all of the compartments and pouches I would count it as much more than three! The padded laptop compartment is located closest to the body, which helps mitigate the weight of the laptop pulling away from your back. They have incorporated an audio pocket that is perfect for an iPod or in my case, my iPhone. There is also a tablet compartment, a key fob as well as water bottle pockets and a complete organizer for all your pens, business cards, cords, and any other accessories needed. The central pocket is very spacious, and even with the two outer compartments filled, I still had ample room for my clothing and toiletries needed for a night or two. The whole bag is supported on your back by the padded shoulder strap system. The exterior of the bag uses Realtree Camo in various color patterns; Snow Blue, Snow Pink, Max-1 Purple, Max-1 Green, Xtra Orange, Xtra Lime, and Xtra Turquoise. There are two exterior buckles that help hold everything you have packed together. The interior is lined with a hunter orange fabric which is perfect for any bag I would be carrying!

I could have given you how many cubic inches the bag holds, but if you are like me, that would not mean much to you. So, I unpacked my backpack and took a picture of what it held; a 17″ laptop, iPad, Nikon Camera, files, external hard drive, notebook, leather bound hunting journals, wallet, cords, ear phones, eye glasses, sun glasses, Sudoku book, business cards, flash drives, pens, iPhone, water, V8, quart sized bag of toiletries, Inhalers, Epi Pens, prescriptions, Tylenol, hairbrush, three shirts and under garments plus my keys! I could have easily added more to the backpack, but I didn’t need to! This held everything that my briefcase and old backpack did but with style. The most amazing part for me is that my 17″ laptop fit easily in the bag. I have a hard time finding even a briefcase that will hold it. This backpack has already flown carry-on to Las Vegas and Fort Lauderdale, did several road trips, and is showing no sign of wear and tear. I live so much of my life in camp that it is nice to bring it into my lifestyle too!

The unbelievable amount of items that fit into the backpack on my most recent trip. Photo: Diane Hassinger

The unbelievable amount of items that fit into the backpack on my most recent trip.
Photo: Diane Hassinger

The MSRP of the Team Realtree 20″ Backpack is $120.00, and can be purchased at http://www.luggagepros.com/team-realtree-20-backpack.shtml.

The various colors that Pathfinder offers in their Team Realtree 20" Three Section Backpack. Photo: Luggage Pros

The various colors that Pathfinder offers in their Team Realtree 20″ Three Section Backpack.
Photo: Luggage Pros

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Endorsement Disclosure: Per the guidelines of the Federal Trade Commission, the products reviewed in these product reviews is an endorsement and the writer may have been compensated by “in-kind” payment to review the product.
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